In message <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>, Matthew Dillon writes:

>    I'm sorry, Poul, but you are going to have to come up with better
>    reasoning then that. 
>    Not all changes committed to -current require a waiting period before
>    being MFC'd to stable.  Specifically, simple and obvious bug fixes 
>    certainly do not need a waiting period.


This does not apply to your patch.  The "simple and obvious" loophole
applies to spelling fixes and similar, not to anything which changes
behaviour of the system.

Your current patch does not qualify for immediate MFC status unless
the security officer says so.

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